- Nathaniel P. Tallmadge
Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge United States Senator
from New York
March 4, 1833 - March 4, 1839
January 27, 1840 - June 17, 1844
Preceded by Charles E. Dudley Succeeded by Daniel S. Dickinson Personal details Born February 8, 1795
Chatham, New York
Died November 2, 1864(aged 69)
Battle Creek, Michigan
Political party Democratic-Republican, Democrat, Whig Profession Politician, Lawyer
In 1833, he was elected as a Jacksonian Democrat to the United States Senate for a term beginning on March 4, 1833. In 1838, he was a member of the "Conservatives," a faction of former Democrats who endorsed the Whig candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, William H. Seward and Luther Bradish. In 1839, Tallmadge ran for re-election to the U.S. Senate, nominated by the Whigs, but due to a Democratic majority in the State Senate, who objected to his election, no choice was made, and the seat became vacant on March 4, 1839. On January 13, 1840, Tallmadge was re-elected to his old seat by the new State Legislature which had Whig majorities in both houses. He took his seat on January 27, 1840, and served until June 17, 1844, when he resigned, having been appointed by President John Tyler to be Governor of Wisconsin Territory. His residence became Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He was Governor of Wisconsin Territory until his removal from office on April 8, 1845.
He devoted himself to writing Spiritualist tracts. He died in Battle Creek, Michigan on November 2, 1864. He was buried at the Rienzi Cemetery in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Tallmadge created the cemetery in 1845 when his son died and asked to be buried in the plot.
- Tallmadge, Nathaniel P. Introduction and Appendix to The Healing of Nations, by Charles Linton. 2d ed. New York: Society for the Diffusion of Spiritual Knowledge, 1855.
United States Senate Preceded by
Charles E. Dudley
United States Senator (Class 1) from New York
1833 - 1839
1840 - 1844
Served alongside: Silas Wright, Jr.
Daniel S. Dickinson
Political offices Preceded by
James D. Doty
Territorial Governor of Wisconsin
1844 - 1845
United States Senators from New York Class 1Schuyler • Burr • Schuyler • Hobart • North • Watson • Morris • Bailey • Armstrong • Mitchill • German • Sanford • Van Buren • Dudley • Tallmadge • Dickinson • Fish • P. King • Morgan • Fenton • Kernan • Platt • Miller • Hiscock • Murphy • Depew • O'Gorman • Calder • Copeland • Mead • Ives • Keating • Kennedy • Goodell • Buckley • Moynihan • H. Clinton • Gillibrand Class 3
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